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Donald Trump abruptly fired campaign manager Corey Lewandowski on Monday in a dramatic shake-up designed to calm panicked Republican leaders and end an internal power struggle plaguing the billionaire businessman's unconventional White House bid.
 
A horse adopted by Jon Stewart and his wife after it was found seemingly abandoned at an auction stable in Pennsylvania has died at their New Jersey farm.
 
At least six dead, over 100 injured in Mexico protests
At least six people were killed, including a journalist, and more than 100 injured in southern Mexico when unknown gunmen opened fire during clashes between police and teachers, authorities said.
 
Mexico police face probe over deadly protest
The Mexican authorities investigated Monday whether police were responsible for any deaths in weekend violence that killed 10 people amid protests by teachers opposed to the government's education reform.
 
NOW turns 50: feminists hail gains but 'battle goes on'
Fifty years ago, when a small group of activists founded the National Organization for Women, the immediate issue that motivated them was sex discrimination in employment. They were irate that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission was refusing to ban "Help Wanted Male" and "Help Wanted Female" job advertising.
 
As Orlando funerals wrap up, survivors worry about future
A week has passed since the Orlando nightclub shooting that killed 49 club patrons and the funeral processions are wrapping up, but survivors and victims' families say they realize the nightmare will live on long after the world's attention fades.
 
A group of heavily armed men stormed a Rio de Janeiro hospital Sunday to free a suspected drug trafficker, sparking a shootout with officers that left a patient dead and a nurse and an off-duty policeman wounded.
 
After marriage ruling, LGBT rights struggles not over
On a Friday evening almost a year ago, the White House was awash in rainbow-colored lights, celebrating the momentous Supreme Court ruling that led to nationwide legalization of same-sex marriage.
 
Report finds Grand Canyon bison native to region
The effort to come up with a way to manage bison at Grand Canyon National Park has taken a turn back in time -- thousands of years -- to determine the massive animals' roots.
 
US trans woman's journey turns into constitutional fight
Kate Lynn Blatt once lived as a woman at home but went to work in a battery factory as a man, a painful phase in her gender transition that would later propel her to the forefront of a constitutional battle for transgender rights in America.
 
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